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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1893)
TnE REIJ CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 15, I SOIL
25 m mmmmmmmmmmmm w m&
SVc make it a Point
To clean out nil uiidelrable slock I wire a year with n lilgger V Slock
thnn over bought at IhoJowcM prbi i vcr known. Wo nro prepared
to give tho people of Wtlmltr futility mom for their money tlmn
S" Nought of us are guaranteed to give satisfactory service. YoucanJ
-. look n long whlln befoio llndlng a better iilauu tospond your inono -"
for FOOTWKAU than with us. -
Blakeslee & Kaley.5:
J. A. Hoyd was in Superior Monday.
It. K Stowo lias returned to Omaha.
.Too Warner was in Lincoln last week.
S. K. Coud was in llastingslast week.
II. V. Gulifonl is liomo from Cherokee
Dr. Chamberlain was in lllailen tliiH
John Kellogg goes to Oklahoma next
li.I Ovoring is tho liappy papa of a lit
tio baby girl.
Tlio next dub dance will occur next
iJiek dray wnsdoing business in Su
There will bo preaching nt tlio llaptibt
church next Sunday
Miss Kittio Lear or Itiverton was vis
iting in tho city Monday.
Tho little children'of K. Itifo have
been quite sick this week.
Mrs. Millers of lndianola is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. Oscar Teel.
Miss fiorby's niece, Miss Forloyof Su
jierior, is visiting her this week.
Tlio mercury has been playing around
zero this week, but htill no snow.
Mrs. Joo Williams of Republican City
was shopping in this city Monday.
Clias. Hesso returned Tuesday night
from u businets trip to Kansas City.
Anthony Lallault and wife were visit
ing tho family of A. II. (Jray this week.
Mayor Wiener. W. X. Kichnrdsnn and
Wright Thornburg were in Omaha this
MihH Mollio Ferris arrived homo
Wednesday evening from an extended
Tho pnnenko social at the Chapel on
Tuesday night was a grand success in
Mrs. Truman and Mrs. Iliakelleld were
attending W. C. T. U. services in Itiver
C. L. (Jotting !b better prepared thau
over to furnish Chtistmas goods to Sunday-school
If needing spectacle, see Dr. Culli
moro. January LM.)tli and JlOth, IbUI, with
Dr. McKeeby. Ked Cloud.
Mrs. Jones of Guide Itock visited
friends and attended the "Ft-to of das"
cntortninuient hero Friday.
Don t forget that (Jotting has the
,"Kueket Store" when it conies to Christ
mas goods. His low prices sell.
Ernest Ilolton and coumii, L. C, who
is visiting him from Iowa, spent a few
days with friends near Akron, Col., this
Dr. Cullimore, with Dr. McKouby in
Hod Cloud, for eyo and ear diseases.
Monday and Tuesday, January '20 th and
G. A. Harris of Cowles was a iileasant
caller this week, and left us an adver
tisement which will bo of interest to our
Dr. (Jullimoro. Eyo and Ear Surgeon
o' Omaha, Ked Cloud January '2'Jth and
:iOth, 1891, Monday and Tuesday, Dr.
IJert Grilllth enjoyed n cold bath the
other night while skating in the pond,
Hurt says he intends to wait until tho
water gets warmer.
If your Eyes and Ears need attending
see Dr. Cullimore, Ked Cloud, with Dr.
McKeeby, January '2!)th and .'10th, lb'.ll,
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Tico and daughter, who have
been visiting with II. 10. Pond and family
have returned to their eastern homo af
ter a long visit in Xebrnska.
Miss Colin Gorby has been unablo to
attend to her duties in school for several
days, having been troubled with a seveie
cold which airected iier lungs.
A lino illustrated story book of nearly
'200 pages for '2Ti cents another with a
bout 100 pnges for fill cents. That is tlio
way prices aro running at Cotting's.
There will bo a oolite, doughnut aid
popcorn social given by tho Sunday
school at the Baptist church, Friday
night December 15. All are cordially
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Keid, who recently
assumed tho restaurant business former
ly controlled by Ernest Welch and wife,
aro enjoying it prolltablo trade. They
are courteous and attentive, and for a
liibt-claBs lunch thero is no better placo
in mo uity.
Dr. Unit, of tho Harvard painless den
tal parlors, while at Chile, Kan., this
week received word of tho death of his
father at Oklahoma Territory. Dr. Uutt
went to tlio tenitory immediately, whore
lie will remain for tomo time.
Henry J. Clark has just completed a
beautiful and elabmato monument at
tho Ked Cloud Marblo and Granite
Works, which eeilainly display h some
superior woiktuaiiHliip, It is a New
Hampshire Kutlaud blue stone and bears
some fancy inscriptions and lovely en
graved lloweis, which, with the peculiar
shaped cut of tho stone, makes it very
attractive and thereforeepensivo. Our
Ked Cloud marblo men have gained an
euvi'iblo reputation in their business,
and Henry has doiiohisnliatoto promote
At a meeting of tho Sunday-school
directors of tlio Methodist, church, held
Monday evening, December 11th, tho
following ollleors wero elected for the
S, E. Coud, Superintendent.
Jj, P. Albright, Asst. Superintendent.
Miss Huttio Kannoy, Tieasurer,
Adalbert Abel, Secrotuty.
Win. Tuiloys, Hluckbonrd Artist.
Kobt. Martin, Librarian,
D. H. SpanogUi, Keyowing Director.
Tho corps of teachers of 181KJ were
elected for 'Hi.
Albums at Cotting's
For frosli fruit see MuNitt.
All kinds of hardwaro nt Wright's
(iold Pens and holderB at Cotting
Go to Taylor's for Christinas presmts.
A. Morhart has tho cheapest lamu in
All kinds of canned goods at Cn.ncs
Buy your stoves of A. Morhart mil
liny trunks nnd valises of tho Chiugo
Huy your overcoats of tho Cliii igo
The famous Gum cooks and rangep at
The llnest lino of Stoves in tho va'ley
at A. Morhart's.
A. Mohart has tho llnest lino of lamps
that wo have seen.
F. V. Taylor, tho furniture man, for
Huy your boys and children's suits of
tho Chicago Clothing Co.
Wo are paying '27c. for corn T.Mbs.
t'bu. Chicago Clothing Co.
When you want a good cooking or
heating stovo sou W. W. Wright.
A c'Ait load of rock Hiilt for Palo at L
P Albright's Hour and feed store
F. P. Hadley, Ked Cloud, Xobraska,
does hill posting at reasonable rates.
Finest lino of Hoston drops at Cahnes'
bakery, that aro to bo seen in tho city.
Charley Calnies will have 1000 pounds
of the llnest fancy candies for Christmas.
A. Morhart tho hardwaro man can sell
von tnoro goods for loss money thun unv
.'1,000 poundB of of mixed candies at
Cnlmes for Christmas. Seo them before
Underwear for everybody. Tho great
est variety within reach of all. Chas
A. Morhart believes in live and let
live prices. Huy your stoves of him und
Kemember that you can get tlrst-class
job work at this ollice, promptly and on
the best material.
Wright's is tho place to get your heat
ing or cooking stoves. Don't fail to seo
them for bargains.
If jou want a nice, good and becoming
hood or fascinator cheap buy it of
Mrs. F, Xowhouse.
Wo meot all competition on hnrdware,
etc., and sell you butter goods Wright
the hardwaro man, Ked Cloud.
Curt Evans hiiBoverythingyou want in
thesecond-hnnd furniture line. Seohim
Hluo Front, Bouth Webster street.
If you want anything in socond-hand
furniture, Ac, or havo anything to sell,
see Curt Eviuib. Hluo Front south Woo
You aro showing a decided lack of
judgment in buying your men and
bos" clothing outsido of the Chicago
If you wan't anything in tho photo
graph line, call on Wegmann at thu
Chicago Photograph gnllory. Ho guar
There is no remedy equal t) Dr. Saw
yer's l'nhtilles for diseases peo ilinr to worn
on. JjRdiertwliowiu try Dr. Hnwyers rim-till-
will also find thain superior to nil
Go and see Wright's. They have the
llnest line of hinting stoves Hint have
ever been brought to Kod Cloud boforo
See them before buyiug,
QDigpAseA pcoulinr lowomon oropostlytly
and thoroughly onrud by Dr. Sawyer's
Pastilles. AMk your druggist for n free
sample package, Deyo Jt Orlce.
Dont foipot in tho Christmas oxcit
nient that C. L. Cotting is tho best
druggist in town and sells only llrst
dabs good, Prescriptions a spuciulty.
Ladies can he thoroughly and positively
rulicvid from nil thoje irregularities hiiiI
distressing symptom', which are pecnlinr
to hor box, by using Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles.
Doyo & Grice.
ltoy Codding, tho om young tnHn
who went to Africa as n missionary, ia
reported to havo boon stricken with tho
black fovor. His friends aro anxiously
awaiting news of his condition. Hue.
Tlio abovo named gentleman was, a
fnw e.-irs iil'o. at the liead of the Y. M.
C. A. in this city, and his many friends
hero will lo sorry to learn of his ulllic
lion. In behalf of those who uttonded the
Chapel Sunday ecIiooI wo debiro to re
turn thinks for all tho kindness shown
us by the good people of the citv. Thpir
donations and generous pntronugo will
not bo forgotten.
Mies. A. G. Wiixin, T
Mns. Anthony Ci..i:K, (
Mas Fiunk Koi.r, f
Mh-h Min Guovr, J
W. F. Hull is a new man at Kod Cloud.
Six nice, smooth sales in threo weeks,
and ot some of these old war hoi sen
cry, "No use to try." Just keep that
feeling up, boys, and you will yet land
"on tho count v." for you know that tho
county is "liod" for that kind of pooplr,
and whilo they aro taking you ovor, ir
you hnppen to meet one of these "now
men,'' he will bo wearing diamonds, and
don't you forget it. Pike's Peak Senti
nel. Tho tortures of dyipepsln, the sufferings
of surtifuln, the ngonteliig itch and pain
of snlt rhoum, tho dUnirreenblosyiiiptoms
of entnrrh, aro removed by Hood's Snrsn
pnrilln. Hood's Pills are tho best nftor dinner
pill.', aafist digestion, prevent constipation,
So' Dr. Culhmore's ii.des in Ked
Save money and buy yourgioceries of
It M Martin and Son
George Kjdeii of Cheyenne, Wyoming
is visiting A () lleig.
Ilegiu Saturday, cloaks go at cost at
K M Martin and Sou's.
Tlio llnest Christmas gift on earth for
a brute the "square bed."
Geo Holland is doing business in Has
tings and Omaha this week.
1 1 W Fowler and J . W. Wilson were
new subscribers this week.
Cnrloadsof fruit and candies at J. O.
Lindley .V Son's at all prices.
Choice holiday confectionery of all
kinds at J. O. Lindley A- Son's.
Miss Fogle of Superior, was visiting
her aunt Miss Gorby over Sunday.
J. S. White, our new county troasur
er, will occupy theSkeen residoneo.
MrsC It Crone ndmirablv entertained
ii few of her fi lends Thursday night.
Tlio young jieople are now enjoying
skating by gaslight on Lindsey'apond.
C 1) Kobinson. tlio new deputy
treasurer, wilt occupy thu Grim property
II W Fowler. J W Wilson and A C
Fowler, were pleasant callers this week
DStonYr's wife and child have been
quitesick, but are getting some better.
A C Fowlerof Wisconsin is visiting
witli his son, II W Fowler, living near
L. D. Oatman cays if you want a line
shine on your boots, use stovo polish.
It's the stufT.
Call on Mrs. I1. Xowhouso nnd seo her
now goods. Every thing goes at the
Mrs. John Holcotnb, Sr., has returned
from an extended visit in Chicago and
tho world's fair.
PC Fleck of Six Lakes. Michignn is
visiting with his uncle C II Micl of Gar
X WKingsiandisin Heatricothisweek
in tlio interest of the Klrschbraun-Has.
hell Produce Co.
Tho tailor shop occupied by F Hirkner
is being moved on main street south of
Coad's fair store.
C. L. Cotting has ninny now games in
his stock this year just what will please
the boys and girls.
Did the Singer down all the other inn
chiucscoiubined at Chicago ;
That's what it did.
Davie Kyano a popular business man
was in tho city last week on his return
from u visit to Kansas.
Do not bo misled by socnlled cheap
prices, but seo W. W. Wright for good
goods and low prices.
For tlio best yarn, for tlio least
money and for any purpose, go to
Mrs. F. Xowhouse.
We aro sorry to hear of tho illness of
Capt Egbert of Superior and hopo ho
may boablo to bo up soon.
Tlio choicest Ked Cloud Hour is kept
in stock by J. O. Lindley V Son und is
now going at a reduced prico.
WHGiwitH, John Haselbacker, J W
Wnllin nnd II II Musser will read the
Grant Family Weekly Tor '!1.
A force of men caino from Lincoln
Wednesdny and aro putting on tho new
smoke-stack on the round house.
Go to J. O. Lindley A- Son for choice
fruits, nuts, candies and confectionery
of all kiuils. 'lliey can supply you.
Mrs. W. W. Green and daughter,
Maiino, of Republican city, aro the
guests of Mies Koso Greon this weok,
According to FoBtcr's forecasts and
tho way the river is freezing, our locnl
ice men will soon got in their worlc.
E. P. Ilolton returned Tuesday from
Iowa, accompanied by his cousin, II.
McMuins, who will visit hero for some
Thoso subscribers who aro moro thnn
one yenr behind would confer a favor by
paying up at onco us wo must havo
Tlio Singor took lifty.four world's fair
awards, moro than double tho number
received by ail tho other sewing ranchino
J. O. Lindloy & Son have made great
preparations for the holiday festivities,
having ordered candy by tlio burrol and
apples by tho carload.
The A O U W lodge in tills city is in
tine shape and have paid their per cap
ita tax out of tlio general fund instead
of tho usual assessment.
Cards aroout announcing tho murriago
of Miss Libby Williams, daughter of W
A Williams, to Mr h W Curtis, Tho
event will occur December '21.
CECaiines has decided to mako ice
cream during holidays, and to got in
practice, made some tlio othor day,
which wo sampled and found to bo llrst
J. O. Lindloy iv Son have on hand an
enormous quantity of choico Colorado
potatoes, tho llnest and largest ever
brought to this city, which they will sell
at very reduced rates for cash.
Our old friend .eph Kosencrnns living
south of Inavale, has gone into tho
poultry business on it largo scale. Ho
is buying all kinds of poultry and ship
ping them dressed.
Tlio S of V camp hold thoir annual
ulection of olllcurs Tuesday night, and
the following wore elected for the ensu
ing year: Captain Oscar Patmor, (ro
oleuted), llrst lieutenant Harry Miller, (re
elected), 1'' G Grico second lieutenant,
SIC Coad, A II Hollars and Sam Miller
On Monday, Mrs. C. L. Cotting re
ceived a telegram that her mother had
departed this life. Mrs. Cotting took
(tin Tuesday morning train for Hristol,
Wisconsin, to m present at tho funeral
obsequies. Mrs. Cotting has tho sym
pathy ot nr many menus in uou uiouii
in her nlllic tion,
Kod Cloud is fast gaining u desirable
reputation of being a groat commercial
center In a letter from the, A Uooth
Packing Co , of Lincoln to .1 . O Lindley
the linn bids. "Your orders with us for
Thanksgiving were larger than any other
individual wo havo on our books' This
is certainly ory encouraging to Mr
Lindley as well as to Kod Cloud.
At a regular meeting of Cnlantho
lodge Xo. '20 K. P. tho following of
ficers wero electod for tlio ensuing year:
PC-W A Sherwood.
M E L M Viiiico.
MF-J L Miller."
K It S- D Hertford .
Prelato-J () Uutler.
Err.itiMHfnt.Nii - Den Lindsey, who
recently purclunod tho Myers farm, bus
purchased a boring machine that will
go down ii thousand feet or
more, and is going to see what is under
his farm He expects to strilte gold,
coal or water, and maybe a Chinaman if
he goes ilow u far enough Wo hope ho
will be well lepaul for his trouble, and
we should not at all bo surprised if ho
found something that would be of much
interest to our people. Ho should ptos
ecute his efforts with vigor.
Oiiskiiv.vtion One of our force was
privileged last week to dispense with the
turmoils of the city for u short time, and
rusticate in the suburban villages of
Hladeu, Hluo Hill and surroundings
Hidden is enduring its full share of
democratic rule, but is prospering nicely,
Hluo Hill is getting u good trade as she
always does, and her business men aro
apparently nourishing. Whilo there our
scribe visited tho Leader ollice, and
found thu dignified Editor Greenlee of
that enterpriting sheet and his titrable
assoiciato Joo Xau assiduously engaged
in the never-ending work of gettingout
a paper to give tho news and make
their people prosper The farmers iu
and near Hluo Hill lead tho county in
the raisiuc of blooded stock S Man
delbaum lias perhaps homo of the most
thorough bred swine in the state, and
is getting customers iu that line from nil
over the state r-rauk Huschow lias a
choico variety of blooded swine and cat
tle, tlio latter Ho lias taKon much pains
to advance, havinir recently invested
several hundred dollars in the same at a
saloiu south Omaha. Stock raising in
that vicinity is Tory successful indeed
Somi: Fr.NNY Tiii.nub. A newspaper
man's life is one of varied hues. He
works day in and day out to say good
things about ids town, and about tl.
people who livo in it. As long as ho does
not tread upon tho toes of anyone, ho is
u tine fellow, null lie might say tiuo
things for a lifetime about his townsman
which would bo highly appreciated, es
pecially, as long as there was no pecun
uiry equivalent asked, but thu minute
that he inadvertantly makes a false step,
down goes all that lias been "builded"for
lo, these many years, and hence, the life
of an editor is both vexatious and bur
delisome. Ho cannot please all and
wouldn't if ho could, but keeps rigid on
"hewing to the line, totting the chips fall
where they may," and if tlior ii no re
ward for the weary this side of the liver,
it may be beyond. Tlio theory is,
"Punch up other people, but hands olf
when il comes to us." Such nr thu
complaints that aro turned into wvo-y
well regulated printing ollice daily, and
tho man of news becomes used lo it, and
does not feel happy unless one or two
persons per day come in and pound him
on tho back for some real or imagined
grievance. "Wo all get there, and if wo
don't get thero now, wo will got there by
ifml by," but the printing olllco goes right
on 'dispensing all the news juat as if
nothing had evor happened, for a news
paper should bo a mirror of tho hanpoii'
mgs of thu city or town it is published
in, und not for the gratlllcation of a few.
Xovix Enti:ut,in.mi:nt. Among the
various Christum sects of our laud
which rellno our morals, and elevate us
spiritually, aro the Congregationalists,
and that denomination in this city is by
no means shabbily repicseuted. In fact,
their handsome nnd commodious sanc
tuary, elaborately furnishedwith all tho
modern conveniences, their nourishing
Sunday-school and olTectivo sermons,
their choir of tnlunted singers, tlieirgen
erous and kind hearted durout Christian
pcoplo have made the church prominent,
und it is now ono of tho most popular
and useful iu this community. Hence,
when the ladies of that church announce
u "iioius or any itinii, tiie event is pie
miscd a success by tho social element
of our city, and like all convivial occa
sions under thoir auspices tho "Feto of
days" entertainment Fridny night was
eminently successful in every iiotail. The
"fair" part of tho program was certainly
novel, as the projectors introduced many
innovations in tho way of varied lists of
articles for sale, some grotesquu in con
struction, but all useful nnd ornamental,
and designed for beautiful holiday pres
ents. In our description of tlio supper
wo are wholly unablo to do it tho justice
we did on that night. The tables were
methodically arranged mid decorated
with lovely Mowers by tho ladies, accord
ing to their icsthotio tastes, and tho
bright faced waitresses dispensed tho
many eatnbles so essential to the inner
man in a most courteous and creditable
manner. True hospitality was shown
all present, and that the occasion was a
suctoos, socially und tlnancially, there is
no doubt. Just as many tiums as tlio
ladies attempt u doings ot this kind,
they may rest assured of u very inunill
Wiioi.kso.mi: Aiiviuk. From the be
ginning of timo and up to tho present
date tlio people of the world have been
warned about erecting deadfalls for their
brethren to fall in, yet thero seems to
bo many uuthoughted people who build
them and aro tho llrst to enter therein.
Many of them havo tho homblunco of
safety, yet beneath tho exterior thero
remains a yawning abyss that, once in.
there is no hopo of escape, except help
comes from an unlooked-for source. UsJ
uullv hopo vanishes lilco the dew of morn
before the piercing rays of that glorious
lung of Idngs, Old Sol, who sends his
rays across the earth to bless mnn-ldnd
nnd Iceep him cheerful, oven wlion tho
boreal blasts onmo whizzing down Web
street nt a I :.'!() gait. As long ago as
Adam held forth in his tabernaclo of
clay, careless people lived and had thoir
being, and our reporter learns that evun
I', vo was somewhat given to recklessness
in matters of that kind, and was always
trying to down Adam, and if sho could
not do so ono way sho would iu another,
and as far back as tho memory of man
runneth, it is reported that sho would
sit on thu sofa in that beautiful garden,
eat bananas and throw tho peelings on
tho ground, and poor Adam would bo
walking along nnd slip up, and then she
would laugh at his misfortune. It would
mako Adam a little hot (as it does somu
of our latter day saints) to havo her
laugh at him. and lie (m our reporter
learneii) wouni leu ner lo mtuil nor own
business, nnd If sho ever did that again,
ho would get soiuo Kod Cloud lawyer to
get him a divorce, and then he would go
ovor into tlio other corner of the garden
and bite his lips in auger, If tit this is
getting our story u long ways from home,
unit wuni we started out to say was, that
pooplo ought to bo moro careful about
throwing banana jieoliugs on tho walks
as they aro very treacherous; and our
devil says, it there is any one tiling ho
does not lilco to do, it is to go skating on
his back on a banana neclinir: so. be
I careful und throw them into thu strode,
sam m mmmmmmmmmm m m mte
r5 For Fine Neckwear, 3
1 Scarfs, -
S: Ot any description, come to the Chi- 3
; . cago Store. 2
ZZ Wh have an unusually largo Blook, Every known 8
5j Pattern ami Price. ,-j
5. Silk Handkerchiefs from 25c to $2. &2
style. Largest line of Caps
z for I loliday Presents ever shown. rs
5: Plush Caps are the proper thing. 3
: We have everything made
Gloves and Mittens suital
5: nice present. !S
For a Christmas Present 22
S: Nothing more mutable than a nice , ZS
5E: And would please us to sell a few 3
more. Large Line to select from, 3
and low prices made
in all lines.
Chicago Clothing Store. t
KIt . tna
iu the ui
W n wills
pleasuru of a
a now urocory
nosed of two void trio tickets will I
iMoFsrs. r. w. iu.-'iiMi Hurling"'"""
D. W. Turnuroof Super ,. wth gen
tleiuen aro experienced grocuryinon und
will aim to run u tlist-clas grocery store.
Mr. Shou is woll and favorably known to
tho pooplo of Kod Cloud and vicinity as
V- . ... .V y.k .. .
ono of the most t horoimh business men,
as well as a centleninn of'high culture.
while his nartner is ruun ly as woll
known In Superior. They Iiuyo ictited
tho room formerly occupied by tho Chi
cago Storo, oppasito tho postolllco, iu tho
liontloy block, and will bo open for Imsi
ness soon. Tin. Ciiu:r wisheB them un
Money cannot Iniy a Imtttir family uitl
iciue tlinu l)r Hawytir'it Family Cure li
in thu reniilt of lung experience qud will
positively cure ilitllcultit'1 of thuHtomnth,
Liver, Kidneys ami Uowela. Dryo.fc (Ir)eo
H t OV
AAiti)i:i iik;iii:st iionohnmoiild's i aiii,
The only I'urc Cream of Tartar l'owdcr. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
rom now on
ine Out !
Noto tlio following prices
' socket strap, Ode
as far as the ijuality ol' our goods are
s to carry any hotter, and our prices on
nit our competitors pay for them.
you will loso monoy.
HART & SON.
Nkw Miu.inkuy. There is to bo a
now millinery store in Rod Cloud which
when permanently locLt id, will probably
bo ono of thu llnest and largest stocks
iu thocountry. Thu proprietress is Mrs
Kich of CJuido Kock. Mrs Kich wus
formorly engaged in tho millinory bus
iness inOuido Kock, and is woll and
favo.n'ily known to 11 grent many peo
pleot this county. Sho is u very cour-
.lu""" i ujorougiiiy conversant wun
' mr bupinesi Sho is also n very enter-
prising and energetic
ludy, and wo ive
wish Iier success.
Talk does not always oonvln-e. Try a
bottle ot Dr. HawyurV Family Uuro and
you will be convinced that H will cur all
Htoimch, Ltvur, Kidney and Bowel dilll
oultios. Uuyo A Orlce.
Kemember tbnt W. W. Wilght, tho
hardwaro man, meets nil competition
and sella goods cheaper than otheis
when you take tho cjuality, into consideration.
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